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The state of Artificial Intelligence: ISI Foundation hosts the Informal Workshop on Learning, Algorithms and Networks

Two days to show the on-going research in the wide area of Artificial Intelligence. This is the ISI Informal Workshop on Learning, Algorithms and Networks, hosted on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th February 2020 at the ISI Foundation in Turin. The workshop will feature  18 talks from senior researchers, post-docs, as well as PhD students,  with focuses on Machine Learning, Network Science, and Graph Algorithms

Organized  by ISI Foundation Francesco Bonchi, the workshop is open to the  participation of external researchers and people interested in AI, but  chairs are limited. For more info and registration:

Detailed program:

February 17, 2020
11.00 Marcello Restelli (Politecnico di Milano & ISI Foundation), Safe Policy Search
11.45 Giuseppe Manco (ICAR-CNR, Cosenza), Adversarial Games for generative modeling of Temporally-Marked Event Sequences
12.30 Alan Perotti (ISI Foundation), eXplainable Artificial Intelligence
13.00 Lunch break
14.00 Fabio Vitale (University of Lille & INRIA France), Compressing graph information for binary node classification
14.45 Gianmarco De Francisci Morales (ISI Foundation), Quantifying uncertainty in online regression forests
15.15 António Leitão (NOVA IMS, Portugal), Topology of spaces in learning systems
15.45 Coffee breack
16.15 Corrado Monti (ISI Foundation), Inference models for opinion formation in social media
16.45 Maddalena Torricelli (University of Bologna & ISI Foundation), weg2vec: event embedding for temporal networks
17.15 Simone Piaggesi (University of Bologna & ISI Foundation), Temporal network embedding as implicit tensor factorization

February 18, 2020
11.00  Davide Mottin (Aarhus University, Denmark), The user and the machine:  blending database and machine learning for smarter devices
11.45 David Garcia-Soriano (ISI Foundation), Fair-by-design matching
12.30 Yllka Velaj (ISI Foundation), Approximate pricing in networks: how to boost the betweenness and revenue of a node
13.00 Lunch break
14.00 Francesco Bonchi (ISI Foundation), Distance-based community search
14.45  Cigdem Aslay (Aalto University, Finland), Discovering interesting  cycles in directed graphs 15.15 Xiangyu Ke (Nanyang Technological  University, Singapore), Reliability query on uncertain graphs:  algorithms and applications
15.45 Coffee break
16.15 Tommaso Lanciano (La Sapienza University, Rome), Extracting contrast subgraphs with applications to brain networks
16.45 Martina Patone (University of Southampton), Graph sampling and estimation
17.15 Alessio Angius (ISI Foundation), Markov decision processes applied to Industry 4.0

ISI Informal Workshop on Learning, Algorithms and Networks, 17-18 February  2020, ISI Foundation (Via Chisola 5, Turin, Italy), Seminar Room.